Nicola Menzies-Gow shares some of the newest findings on these disorders in horses and ponies.58 mins
Anna Harrison explains the lengths one charity goes to regarding improving these animals’ lives in such a turbulent environment.
Victoria Colgate and Richard Newton discuss the concerns vets have over the potential gateways for global pathogen spread in this species.36 mins
Jacqui Matthews BVMS, PhD, FRSB, FRSE, FRCVS, offers practical points for veterinarians to offer to clients, including anthelmintic resistance messages.
Zoë Gratwick BVSc, MSc, MMedVet, DipECEIM, MRCVS covers the common (and uncommon) causes for fever in this species, and how to test for and treat it.42 mins
Victoria Colgate MA, VetMB, MSc, MRCVS and Richard Newton BVSc, MSc, PhD, FRCVS explore the measures taken to stop the spread of this venereal disease.33 mins
Nicola Menzies-Gow MA, VetMB, CertEM(IntMed), DipECEIM, FRCVS looks at the growing epidemic, with up to 70% of UK ponies either overweight or obese.
Fleur Whitlock BVetMed, MSc, MRCVS, Victoria Colgate MA, VetMB, MSc, MRCVS, and Richard Newton BVSc, MSc, PhD, FRCVS, of the Equine Infectious Disease Surveillance team, reveal the current situation here with the endemic disease.
Found throughout the horse’s body, but in varying lengths, tendons can be vulnerable to injury depending where they are. Flexor tendon injuries can have a significant impact on athletic horses, and is discussed in this article, but diagnosis and treatment options also hold true for other tendon issues.
With just three months to go until BEVA Congress, BEVA council member Imogen Burrows explains why the annual fixture designed by and for equine professionals is a highlight in her calendar.
Kayleigh Cook BVSc, CertAVP(ESST), MRCVS outlines the various forms of this common skin neoplasia and some of the treatments under development.
Jamie Prutton provides an update on common conditions affecting horses’ stomachs, as well as diagnostics and treatments.
Ilaria Petruccione DVM, MRCVS concludes this article by discussing the risk factors associated with general anaesthesia, as well as patient preparation, recovery and sustainable processes.
Andrew S Waller outlines how this disease is spread around liveries and how veterinarians can help to eradicate it using new medicines.
Nicola Menzies-Gow looks at this painful but common condition in equines, and explores the links with hyperinsulinaemia and pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction.
Jacqueline Matthews discusses how to test for – and treat – common parasitic infections in horses.40 mins
Paul Martynski shares advice on how first opinion general practitioners can detect and manage this condition in horses.
Laura Quiney provides an overview on some of the latest developments in the methods of diagnosis for this condition in horses.
Victoria Colgate and Richard Newton discuss barriers to vaccine uptake among owners.